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Chinese New Year (also known as Spring Festival), starts on February 16 this year and continues for 15 days. It’s the most important festival time of the year in China — when millions of Chinese travel to their home villages and cities to be with family or friends for holiday reunions. This is the Year of […]
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Mardi Gras — Fat Tuesday — falls on February 13 this year, and is celebrated in America most notably in Louisiana. In my limited Mardi Gras experience, I’ve noticed that Louisianans like to dance to Cajun music, dress up and ride in Mardi Gras parades, catch beads, drink copious amounts of liquid refreshments, and eat […]
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Is it time to hang up your backpack when you reach your 50s and 60s or even your 70s? Certainly not — not if you don’t want to. Sometimes carrying your traveling gear on your back can be easier than wheeling a suitcase through city streets as well as in the country. So even if […]
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When my daughter, Lia, and her partner, Mike, traipsed into the wilds of North Carolina last August for an unobstructed view of the total eclipse of the sun, they also ventured into the rising realm of Astro Tourism — along with thousands of other Americans who journeyed near and far to find the ideal locales […]
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How many days in advance should you book a cruise to get the best price? In part that depends on your destination, according to the website Cruisewatch.com, which uses artificial intelligence to study trends in worldwide cruising. In this case, says a Cruisewatch press release, they undertook a “massive study [that] examined 18,983 sailings by region with […]
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Today’s guest post is by financial expert Saleh Stevens, with timely reminders of why it’s crucial to obtain or renew a U.S. passport now if you need one — or even if you think you don’t. By Saleh Stevens The Early Bird Saves Money The initial cost of a U.S. passport is $135 for an […]
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As a sequel to our posts on travel-related military discounts last year, we have a great new list of discounts for active duty and military vets thanks to the website dealhack.com. It covers a number of aspects of travel including transport, car rentals, hotels, museums and parks, restaurants, language learning, and military sign-up discounts. You’ll find the […]
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Today’s guest post is by Helen Nichols, whose website Well-BeingSecrets.com focuses on health issues. This post is adapted from  a longer article on her site about the health benefits of travel. It’s a well-researched piece complete with links to a variety of insightful scientific studies, reports and other documentation. By Helen Nichols Traveling has the potential to […]
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Every once in a while some travel information crosses my desk (well, appears in my email) that I feel an immediate need to pass along. Such is the case with the floating Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa, which is due to open early this year. The six-room hotel and spa is said to sit in […]
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According to the National Travel and Tourism Office, there was a four percent decline in the number of international visitors to the U.S. during the first six months of 2017 compared to the first six months of 2016. And according to a recent International Trade Report released by the Commerce Department, spending by international travelers […]
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